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There is much truth to the old Japanese proverb “The nail that sticks up gets hammered down”.
Let’s face it; we built better buildings in the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth centuries than we do now.
Let’s take a cue from the past and start to remember how buildings are supposed to look and function.
Why do we need the Backdate solution to make it a more inconspicuous past post?
The next feature Facebook introduced I am a little more hesitant about: Backdating Posts.Therefore, I caution you on how you decide to use this Backdating feature. Before using Backdating Posts, ask yourself if you are making an ethical decision to use the feature. Are you being fair to your colleagues and others associated to your company or organization?If you have hesitated answering these questions, it may be wise to not use backdating as the solution to your problem.However, the phrase is far more descriptive of rural America than it is of Japan – especially when it comes to assertive examples of styled architecture.Victorian-era houses, for example, have been reviled, altered and toned-down for the…